Reimagining Method Choice in the Era of Self Care
Right now, it’s more important than ever for women to be able to take greater control of their reproductive health.
Join the Method Choice Community of Practice, led by the Evidence to Action (E2A) Project, for a webinar on two important areas for ensuring women and couples can make decisions about contraception that are voluntary, client-centered, informed, and supported.
- Learn more about the concepts of self care and method choice, especially how they intersect.
- Hear from experts and implementers with concrete examples from their work in Benin and Rwanda.
- Discover recent innovations in products and practices that enable women and girls to have more active participation in their health.
Martha Brady, MS, Director of Sexual and Reproductive Health at PATH, who will leverage her work leading a global team of researchers and implementers to share the latest on self care products and practices.
Dorine Irankunda, MD, Clinical Advisor, PSI, who will discuss the introduction of the Caya Diaphragm in Benin, which is guided by a quality-of-care approach to self care.
Natacha Mugeni, MSc, Health Coordinator, Kasha Global, Rwanda, who will share an innovative private-sector approach to self care and method choice in East Africa.
—With remarks by—
Rita Badiani, MSc, Director of the Evidence to Action Project, USAID’s flagship for strengthening family planning and reproductive health service delivery.
Patricia MacDonald, RN, MPH, Senior Family Planning/Reproductive Health Technical Advisor at the Office of Population and Reproductive Health, USAID.
Eric Ramirez-Ferrero, PhD, MPH, Technical Director of the Evidence to Action Project, led by Pathfinder International.